'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice:' Henry Cavill's Superman is a work in progress
(KUTV) Those expecting the squeaky-clean Christopher Reeve version of Superman in 2013's "Man of Steel" were faced with an entirely different interpretation courtesy of Henry Cavill, screenwriter David S. Goyer and director Zack Snyder. "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" finds Superman in a polarizing position. Some appreciate his protection and aid; others question his motives and actions.
In our interview Henry Cavill talks about putting on the red and blue costume for the second time and the headspace that Superman finds himself in as he looks to learn from his battle with General Zod.
Written by Chris Terrio ("Argo") and David S. Goyer ("The Dark Knight") and directed by Zack Snyder ("The Watchmen") "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" continues that narrative that began with 2013's "Man of Steel" as it pits the world's greatest superpowers, Batman and Superman, and sets up events to come in 2017's "The Justice League Part One."
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